Hi All, I just bought a Toshiba D2705 five disk DVD player and a JVC AV 32D501 32" TV and am very happy with both. Connections: DVD to TV: Monster cable component video cable DVD to old stereo video-in audio RCA jacks: Monster cable Cable box RCA audio-out to TV audio-in RCA jacks: reg cable Cable box coax video-out to TV coax video-in: RG9 coax VCR coax video-out to cable box 2nd video-in: RG9 coax VCR RCA audio out to cable box RCA audio-in: reg cable Cable from outside to cable box: RG9 coax I have two issues. 1.) My new TV has picture-in-picture capability, but I can't use it since the cable box only outputs a single channel to the TV and 2.) Since my RCA audio-out jacks are connected to my older 'regular' Sony integrated stereo system, the TV speakers aren't working with the stereo speakers. I guess I could spend another $1,000 and get a nice AV receiver/separates that would solve these problems, and in fact I intend to, but are there ways I could accomplish these goals in the mean time? Can you get Cable boxes that have more outputs - and even if so, my new TV only has one coax connection in the back, whereas my 12 yr old Mitsubishi 25" color TV had 2!!! My current cable box is a GI unit that has a label that says 'Dolby digital' on the front, but no S-video or other digital outputs on the back. For question #2, I think if there were another set of RCA audio inputs/outputs on both the TV and the DVD player I could have the TV speakers on with the stereos' speakers during DVD play, but they don't have any! Ideas please!